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Killerspin Kido 7P (regular edition)
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See also: Killerspin RTG Series - Kido 7P Premium
The Kido7P RTG is an advanced ITTF approved competition racket designed for players who enjoy a dynamic all-around game. It is a pre-assembled racket made by Killerspin and built to meet all tournament quality standards and increase the level of your game. We have personally assembled this racket using Killerspin's Kido7P blade along with 2 ITTF approved Nitrx 4Z rubbers which will give you exceptional speed, spin, and control.
About Kido 7P blade
The Kido blade series was designed for the table tennis player who prefers an all-wood blade that has a kick, precision placement, and an incredible feeling. The 7P has the best balance of speed and control in the Kido wood series and is designed for all-around players with an aggressive style.
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Reviews of Killerspin Kido 7P (regular edition) (3)
it has a lot of spin and control, but if you want more speed, you have to go to the diamond tc with the fortissimo rubbers. good paddle overall.
I've tried quite a few Killerspin racquets and I gotta say, they're really blending together. It might be the fact that most of them come with their signature Nitrx-4z rubbers, as does this one, and I don't like it. The 7p blade is really stiff, which amounts to, (what feels to me) like quite a few uncontrollable shots when paired with The 4z rubbers. It could be my inexperience, but I also have a Ma Lin offensive paired with some DHS Hurricane 3 Neos and don't have the same problem.
It's fast, which is a plus, but very unforgiving when you're trying to loop unless the ball already has a lot of topspin on it, which is the case most of the time. On the same note, I have a lot of success attacking chops with it, and my backhands, while maybe not the spinniest and really fast and mean with the 7p.
Eh, take this with a grain of salt. I could just be terrible at TT. I'm curious to see how the blade handles with a different rubber though. I get the feeling the results will be similar with Killerspin's own Fortissimo, but there are plenty of fish in the rubber ocean.
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